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  • Long long ago life was just hunky dory

  • ♪ A group of people made a piece of cinematic glory

  • Now they're getting back together

  • Not in person only virtually

  • But it's a start

  • They're Reunited Apart

  • - Hello and welcome to another edition

  • of the show my mom calls 10 minutes too long,

  • Reunited Apart.

  • I'm your host, Josh Gad.

  • And this I'm happy to say is our final episode

  • of the year known in most quarters as hell ground.

  • When we started Reunited Apart

  • at the beginning of quarantine,

  • we did it for two purposes.

  • To bring a little joy in these incredibly hard times

  • and most importantly,

  • to help raise money for charities in desperate need

  • of those resources.

  • Over the course of our seven episodes

  • we've raised over a million dollars

  • and collectively helped many in need.

  • On this last episode of the year,

  • I hope you will help me shatter our previous records

  • as we raise money today for Action Against Hunger.

  • Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organization

  • that takes decisive action against the causes and effects

  • of hunger.

  • They saved the lives of malnourished children

  • and ensure everyone can access clean water,

  • food, training, and healthcare.

  • And today,

  • thanks to an incredibly generous donation

  • by our partners at Sony Picture Television.

  • I am thrilled to announce we are kicking things

  • off with a pledge of $25,000.

  • Let's make sure we make that total go up.

  • Please click now on the link in the description below

  • and make sure to give anything you can.

  • Here at Reunited Apart,

  • we get lots and lots of requests

  • but one franchise in particular has been suggested

  • to us over and over again.

  • While some of us began a journey

  • with these characters in 1984,

  • others like my daughters have only recently learned

  • of crane kicks,

  • Dojos,

  • and Lake sweeps.

  • As we all gathered around our television to

  • discover the continuation of a saga that began with

  • Mr. Miyagi and Daniel LaRusso over three decades ago.

  • So now as we all Mark our calendars for January of 2021

  • for season three of what is arguably,

  • my favorite show on television,

  • Cobra Kai on Netflix.

  • It's time to rewind the clocks back

  • to a cruel summer,

  • many years ago,

  • And wax on and off about the man,

  • and the myth,

  • once simply known as "The Karate Kid".

  • Rob Macchi Macchio

  • Hey buddy!

  • - Hey Josh,

  • how are you man?

  • - So as you may or may not know

  • I do this little show called Reunited Apart

  • and well I wanna invite you

  • to reunite with the cast of

  • wait for it.

  • - "The Karate Kid"?

  • - "The Karate Kid",

  • "The Karate Kid".

  • Yes.

  • - See here's the thing, Josh.

  • I kind of already do a reunion of that film every week now

  • - I know that.

  • I know that.

  • You wanna know why?

  • Cause I renamed my daughter's Cobra and Kai.

  • - It kind of doesn't really make sense to do this.

  • And I appreciate it.

  • I love you man,

  • but I'm sorry.

  • - Yeah,

  • yeah I thought you might say that

  • - William?

  • - Hey Josh, What'd say?

  • - He doesn't want to do it.

  • I tried buddy he won't cave.

  • - Couldn't leave well enough alone could you little twerp?

  • No you had to push it.

  • Now you're going to pay.

  • - I'm not really sure what that means,

  • but guys listen sorry I got to get going.

  • - Where are ya going sweetheart?

  • - Give them a front kick, William.

  • - How would you even do that over zoom?

  • - Get'em up

  • - I'm literally up

  • - Hey Leave him alone man.

  • He's had enough.

  • - Shut up Ron!

  • - Look at him William,

  • he can't even stand up.

  • - Because I would be out of the shot.

  • - William,

  • leave him alone man he's had enough.

  • - I'll decide when's he's had enough man.

  • - What is wrong with you. William?

  • - A enemy deserves no mercy.

  • - Guys, guys, guys, look, look, look

  • I can't really do this right now.

  • And I'm on my way out to get my new bike anyway.

  • - What's the matter?

  • Why did you turn your bike away?

  • - Because I felt like it, ma.

  • - Please look at me when I'm talking to you.

  • - It's really hard to do over zoom.

  • - You're crazy!

  • - Who's gonna to save you now, Ralph,

  • you in or out?

  • - I just want to go home.

  • All right that's it.

  • I don't understand the rules here and I wanna go home.

  • - What are you so afraid of Ralph?

  • It's her isn't it?

  • - It's not even a reunion without her.

  • And you know it.

  • Besides she was always into you more than me anyway so.

  • - You're gonna stick around for the uh exciting conclusion.

  • - What was that?

  • His hand on her ass?

  • - Her right hook.

  • You think she sprained her wrist doing her nails?

  • - She hit him?

  • - That's an understatement.

  • - I don't get it why didn't she say something?

  • - She shouldn't have to, should she?

  • - mwah

  • - I just don't know if I have this in me.

  • - Fear does not exist in this zoom does it?

  • - No sensei.

  • - Pain does not exist in this zoom does it?

  • - No sensei

  • - Defeat does not exist in this zoom does it?

  • - No sensei

  • - Now what will it be Macchio?

  • - alright,

  • let's do it.

  • - You my friends are the best around!

  • Ladies and gentlemen welcome to a ultra special episode of

  • Reunited Apart: Karate Kid Cobra Kai Super Edition!

  • (trumpet intro)

  • Please join me in welcoming Rob Macchio,

  • William Zabfa,

  • Elizabeth Shue,

  • Randee Heller,

  • Ron Thomas,

  • Tony O'dell,

  • Juli Fields,

  • and the creator of the hit series Cobra Kai on Netflix,

  • Josh Heald,

  • Jon Herwitz

  • and Hayden Schlossberg.

  • Guys there is so much to discuss today.

  • Why don't we start with

  • Josh, Jon and Hayden.

  • Is it still insane for you guys to see this crew together

  • as it is for me?

  • - Yeah no doubt.

  • I mean it's been an amazing experience.

  • I mean like you we were just fans of the movie

  • and of the whole franchise and,

  • and to be able to work with this amazing group of people,

  • it is a dream come true in every way.

  • - We have a lot of Karate Kid moments on this show where

  • you walk into any given set,

  • any given location,

  • any given day and depending on who's there

  • or what's being filmed

  • it feels like you jumped into the movie.

  • - Ralph And William,

  • let's start at the beginning.

  • How did the two of you find your way

  • into the now iconic roles of Daniel LaRusso

  • and Johnny Lawrence back in what is it 1983,

  • 1984 where you guys start?

  • - I auditioned for John Appleton,

  • our director.

  • It was a script called "The Karate Kid".

  • And I said, boy that's a lame title if it ever sticks,

  • I'm gonna have to carry this sucker for the rest of my life.

  • But what are the odds that's gonna happen?

  • And I walked into John Appleton's apartment

  • there were actors lined in the hallway

  • and I walked past the poster of "Save the Tiger"

  • and "Rocky".

  • And I was like, okay, this is pretty legit.

  • And it was John and a video camera

  • and we began talking and then we read a scene,

  • and you could watch that scene on YouTube right now.

  • He put it up back before he passed away.

  • We miss him so much and he's shining down on us for sure.

  • It all started there.

  • And he at the end of the reading he said,

  • "I can't guarantee anything and who knows

  • I may find Spencer Tracy between now

  • and the time I shoot this."

  • but in any event I would take some karate lessons.

  • - You know I would've been better off

  • if you just let them beat me.

  • It would have been done with it.

  • It all gone once and for all.

  • Now I got to carry your weight around too?

  • Thanks a lot I appreciate it.

  • - [John Appleton] Good, very good.

  • - I had an audition for another movie

  • and the casting directors remembered me from it.

  • I didn't get that film and they call me in one day.

  • I was at the gym working out my manager called

  • and said you have a meeting for this thing called

  • Karate Kid.

  • I went in and I didn't know any karate.

  • So I didn't think the chances were too good,

  • but I read the scene.

  • I went in the next day and read for John Appleton

  • and kind of hung out in my car

  • cause it was all these kind of almost Johnny's

  • in the waiting room and everybody was being more tough

  • than the next guy,

  • you know?

  • So to not psych myself out,

  • I locked myself in my dad's 1970 Volvo

  • and cranked some Zebra

  • and wait for the cast director to come and say come on in.

  • And I had a headband on and I walk in

  • and I did my scene with John And then he said,

  • "All right, how old are you?" And I said, "17."

  • He goes, "well you're a little bigger than our karate kid."

  • And I said, "Well, Bruce Lee beat up Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

  • and he goes, "Well, you got a point about that."

  • So then I went home and then it was a series of callbacks.

  • And my last one was reading with Ralph himself.

  • And again, I was overwhelmed.

  • The I've loved them in the outsiders.

  • And here I am, this new kid.

  • And anyway,

  • we went in and did our scene together.

  • A few other guys went in and did it as well.

  • And I think I stalked Ralph.

  • I stayed outside the bungalow until it was,

  • you know, nighttime.

  • And he walked out and I just said, "Hey man how did I do?"

  • And he goes oh and he goes,

  • "Listen, everybody is great"

  • He goes, "I told John everybody was great."

  • He goes, "But you scared the shit out of me."

  • - You couldn't leave well enough alone?

  • Could you little twerp?

  • No You have to push it